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Fresh Worship Style for Community

Friends in Christ Church will celebrate its official opening on Sunday, October 26, at its meeting place, the former Seasons restaurant on the east side of the Gallatin square.

Friends in Christ is changing its location. They have been holding services for several years in the home of Shonna and Mark Morrison.

“We formed our own home church after realizing that a number of people in the community who once

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Would You Believe a Surprise Wedding?

by Troy Lesan

Life is full of surprises; we can all agree on that. Many of us have been to surprise birthday parties, but how many can say that they’ve been to a surprise wedding? Very few, I suspect, but a surprise wedding is exactly what happened on Sunday, Oct. 12, during the regular morning church service at Lake Viking Church. In retrospect, there were little clues to give it

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Be Not in the Dark

by Pastor Steve Ellison

We could spend a lifetime studying what the Bible says about God as Light. What I will do here, could not even qualify as scratching the surface.

1 John 1:5-8 states, This is the message we have heard from Him and announce to you, that God is Light, and in Him there is no darkness at all. (NASU)

God is Light. The Bible refers to Jesus

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Good Thinking: Why Should I Vote?

by Dr. Don Kuehle

In 1792, Election Day was set for the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. November was selected because the harvest was over and winter had not yet begun. Tuesday was chosen because, if Monday has been chosen, some might have had to travel on Sunday/the Sabbath.

“He cast his vote, distrusting all the elected — but not the law.” So said Karl Shapiro.

I don’t

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014:

Gallatin Seventh Day Adventist

Special Prayer Request: Pastor Mike Carner and family, Laura Hoyle and son Patrick McBroom and family, Vicki Hiley, Joeanne Kitterer’s daughter, Bill Latimer’s brother, and Karen Worrell.

Altamont United Methodist

A video “Why Christians Walk as Jesus Walked” was shown for worship service. Sunday School lesson followed with “Job’s Confidence That He Would See God”

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Lazarus Takes a Stand

ShepherdCalls_WPHe’s just a black and brown mutt, who was struck by a car and seriously injured. His owner was moving and could no longer care for him, so he dropped him off at a local veterinary clinic. When all efforts to find a rescuer failed, the clinic administered a lethal injection and left him for dead in a cage. When the clinic staff returned the following morning, he was standing,

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Be Not Hungry

by Pastor Steve Ellison

John 6 opens with Jesus miraculously feeding 5,000 men plus women and children. This was an effort to teach his disciples a valuable lesson.

John 6 continues with a testing of the disciples to see if they understood the teaching. John does not tell us that the episode on the stormy sea was a test but Mark 6:50-52 does, But immediately He spoke with them and

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Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness Raises over $5,000

For gas cards

The Gallatin United Methodist Men’s Prayer Group raised nearly $5,000 from free-will donations during the Kickin’ Cancer with Kindness event held Saturday, Oct. 4, in front of the Gallatin Methodist Church. The $5,000 was raised at the barbecue and went toward the purchase of gas cards.

Any cancer patient from Daviess County who has to travel to treatment can pick up a $25 gas card or certificate

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014:

Gallatin Seventh Day Adventist

Special Prayer Request: Laura Hoyle and son Patrick McBroom and family, Vicki Hiley, Joanne Kitterer’s daughter, and Karen Worrell, and the many prayers were requested from all members spoken and unspoken. Prayers are also being said for others in our town, healing, praises, needing help. If you would like to have our little church to

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